Originally Posted by SmokinJohn
Something else you can do it use RTV Caulk on both sides, just in case you don't have a tight fit.
It fits tight, but a sort of metal to metal and all that moisture-filled smoke rising to top and some comes down inside surface...
Not a big fan of using gasket stuff etc, but will consider idea. Thanks.
I imagine the problem is not much different than when using Weber top that extends outside, unless their angle at edge traps the moisture.
That is why I mentioned it...seems the cost of the Salad bowl is about the same as if one installed the 6-inch inside metal ring to support a medium Weber top, if the top cost nothing...